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Palm Centro Alarm Clock?

Palm Centro Alarm Clock?

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Look under the sinks, there should be 2 drain pipes going to a trap. The trap is an Ess shaped pipe lying sideways. the other side of this ess pipe should go the the Garbage Disposal unit. Turn the power off to your Garbage Disposal unit before proceeding. By your description, your Garbage Disposal unit must be connected to one sink before the trap. The trap must be plugged. Some traps have a cleanout plug at the bottom of a U shaped section. Place a large pot or bucket under this section of pipe and unscrew the plug. You may have to use something such as a straightened out coat hanger to loosen the gunk stuck in the trap. Other traps have collars which screw into pipe fittings. Place a large pot or bucket under this section of pipe and both collars and wiggle the ess pipe to loosen it. You may have to use something such as a straightened out coat hanger to loosen the gunk stuck in the trap.
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Your sink drain plumbing most likely consists of one drain pipe from each sink meeting at a P-trap, which is a U-shaped section of drain pipe. This is where the clog most likely is. The quick and dirty (and I mean DIRTY) way to clear your drain is to have a bucket under the P-trap and remove it. Once you get the trap out, clean it thoroughly. Check the drain downstream for signs of clogs as well as the drains leading to the P-trap. Once you get the P-trap clean, replace it the same way you got it out. Run water to flush loose debris away. If your drain(s) still back up, you have a problem downstream from the trap that requires a snake.
Plunge the right side , cover the air valve at the top of the sink if you have one , plunge it it 5 or so times and run hot water for 5 or so minutes.If this doesnt work DRANO to the rescue
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